Hotel Huerta Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... It was a really comfortable table, for massages probably. Joyce comes in and is very friendly and is speaking only Spanish, which is fine, since we don't end up talking much anyway. There was classical music playing softly and everything else is just like a regular pedicure, except really relaxing. She massaged my arms and hands too. It lasts exactly an hour and cost about $12 including the tip. I'm happy with the ...
... level and thoughts were being controlled by SOMEONE
else’s way of life. Isn’t that ridiculous? Why am I getting stressed out over
the way someone else runs their life?
After being in Mexico
for one year, I have found myself not being so concerned about time. I can be
late for something and not worry about it. The Mexicans will not judge me for
being late. I don’t expect other people to be on time, ...
... is just a well planned, money making tactic against mis-informed Americans. Cinco de Mayo is being passed off as a day to celebrate Mexico's Independance against the Spanish, when in fact that day is really a victory by Mexican forces over French forces in the Battle of Pubela on May 5, 1862.
Mexico Independance day started on the eve of September 15, 1810, when Father Miguel Hidalgo from Dolores, Mexico, gave a speech, which is now known ...
... I know that we delayed them by several hours, because I was pulling the "Free Spirit", which at 14,000 lbs, would not let us go very fast, and slowed us down even more when we hit those steep mountains.
So, the timing was right, the people were respectable and concerned, and the desire for us to fulfill our five year plan, were all telling us that it was now or maybe never. And now, after being here for a month, we have no regrets, ...
... ride in. But, we wanted to be tough and get in a work out, and we got more than what we expected. We had forgotten that we were about 7,000 feet high, and our lungs and bodies were not accustomed to such high altitudes. Needless to say, we worked up the appetite. So on the way back to the RV , we stopped in town at Mazamitla, and found this little lunchanera that served "HAMBURGERS"!! So, Lulu and I each had a hefty cheeseburger, with french fries and cokes for 70 pesos (about $5.00 ...